Initially available only for Windows, Ovi Files is now compatible with Mac too, thanks to the newly-released Ovi Files Macintosh Connector.
This lets users accomplish everything they can accomplish with the Ovi Files PC Connector.
For example, you can remotely access files stored on your Mac (with OS X 10.5 Leopard), via either a mobile phone, or a web browser.
Moreover, you can send files to friends (regardless if they use Ovi or not), and use the Anytime Files feature for creating “an on-line mirror of content stored on your Mac.”
If you’re new to Ovi Files, you can sign up here – it’s free.
No word yet about a Linux-compatible version of Ovi Files.
Via the Ovi Blog
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